orb3000 · May 15, 2011 at 12:00 am

Nandroid Backup Video Tutorial

If you are an ORD addict, this may be of your interest because XDA member 96edwy prepared a complete tutorial on how to back up your device using Nandorid. With this 4 minute video, a beginning user with no previous experience on Android will be able to successfully do the back up. The video was taken on a HTC HD2 but should work for any other device that has previously rooted and with a cooked ROM.
Please leave your feedback.

Originally posted by 96edwy
Nandroid Backup Video Tutorial

Thought id make a quick tutorial in case there are people who don’t know how to do it.
cheers for the positive feedback guys

Continue to the video tutorial thread.


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